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|On Sep 6, 2009, Bourret West Newfield, ME wrote:
Most of the plants received were completely dried out. If they make it through the winter I'll be surprised. Will update this posting in the spring.
On September 6th, 2009, Bourret added the following:
I received them on a Thursday. Most of them looked like they had been out of the ground for 2 weeks or more. You asked:
"..have you ever had daylilies shipped to you before? They are always prepared by first being completely cleaned and dried so as to prevent fungus and mold growing in the dark confines of their shipping boxes. That is standard operating procedure with all experienced daylily hybridizers.“ COMPLETELY CLEANED?! They were an absolute mess. There were snails in them. You're experienced?! It took me hours to clean off the soil and weeds. Dried is different than desiccated. We’ve received numerous shipments from other sellers and rarely have seen plants in such poor condition. You also said: "Once you saw that they were not to your liking, you should have immediately contacted us and returned them for a full refund, which you may still do if you so choose." If you think I'm digging them up after all the work I put into cleaning them, think again. It was a costly but very valuable lesson.
On September 7th, 2009, Bourret added the following:
Dear Brian and Paul, I'm reading your asinine and insulting emails. You know full well what you sent but just can't believe I had the guts to call you on it. Good luck in your future endeavors.
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